The Mont-Joli Airport is part of daily life for the residents of the Saint-Flavie and Mont-Joli area, and it also represents a veritable economic engine for the region. The Mont-Joli regional airport is an air service complex that has been buzzing with activity for more than 60 years.
The development of the Mont-Joli Airport as a regional centre began when it was called on to play a crucial role during World War II, when it was selected by the Commonwealth countries as a strategic site for the construction of a bombing and gunnery school. At the end of the war, in April, 1946, the airport was transferred to the Canadian Department of Transport.
Today, the Mont-Joli Airport is still considered a leader in air transportation in Eastern Quebec. With a total area of almost 920 acres, the Mont-Joli Airport has two runways, including the 06-24.
Runway type :
- Asphalt - 5000 feet - Lighted
- Asphalt - 3954 feet - Lighted
Available services at the aerodrome :
- Phone : In terminal
- Food : In terminal
- Taxi : In terminal
- Car rental : In terminal
- RCO : Québec 123.375
- MF : rdo 122.1